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#ifndef I2C_H
#define I2C_H
/****************************************************
*
* Copyright Motrola 1999
*
****************************************************/
#define get_eumbbar() CFG_EUMB_ADDR
#define I2CADR 0x00003000
#define I2CFDR 0x00003004
#define I2CCR 0x00003008
#define I2CSR 0x0000300C
#define I2CDR 0x00003010
typedef enum _i2cstatus
{
I2CSUCCESS = 0x3000,
I2CADDRESS,
I2CERROR,
I2CBUFFFULL,
I2CBUFFEMPTY,
I2CXMITERROR,
I2CRCVERROR,
I2CBUSBUSY,
I2CALOSS,
I2CNOEVENT,
} I2CStatus;
typedef enum i2c_control
{
MEN = 0x00000080,
MIEN = 0x00000040,
MSTA = 0x00000020,
MTX = 0x00000010,
TXAK = 0x00000008,
RSTA = 0x00000004,
} I2C_CONTROL;
typedef enum i2c_status
{
MCF = 0x00000080,
MAAS = 0x00000040,
MBB = 0x00000020,
MAL = 0x00000010,
SRW = 0x00000004,
MIF = 0x00000002,
RXAK = 0x00000001,
} I2C_STATUS;
typedef struct _i2c_ctrl
{
unsigned int reserved0 : 24;
unsigned int men : 1;
unsigned int mien : 1;
unsigned int msta : 1;
unsigned int mtx : 1;
unsigned int txak : 1;
unsigned int rsta : 1;
unsigned int reserved1 : 2;
} I2C_CTRL;
typedef struct _i2c_stat
{
unsigned int rsrv0 : 24;
unsigned int mcf : 1;
unsigned int maas : 1;
unsigned int mbb : 1;
unsigned int mal : 1;
unsigned int rsrv1 : 1;
unsigned int srw : 1;
unsigned int mif : 1;
unsigned int rxak : 1;
} I2C_STAT;
typedef enum _i2c_mode
{
RCV = 0,
XMIT = 1,
} I2C_MODE;
/******************** App. API ********************
* The application API is for user level application
* to use the funcitonality provided by I2C driver
*
* Note: Its App.s responsibility to swap the data
* byte. In our API, we just transfer whatever
* we are given
**************************************************/
/**
* Note:
*
* In all following functions,
* the caller shall pass the configured embedded utility memory
* block base, EUMBBAR.
**/
/* Send a buffer of data to the intended rcv_addr.
* If stop_flag is set, after the whole buffer
* is sent, generate a STOP signal provided that the
* receiver doesn't signal the STOP in the middle.
* I2C is the master performing transmitting. If
* no STOP signal is generated at the end of current
* transaction, the master can generate a START signal
* to another slave addr.
*
* return I2CSUCCESS if no error.
*/
static I2CStatus I2C_put( unsigned int eumbbar,
unsigned char rcv_addr, /* receiver's address */
unsigned char *buffer_ptr, /* pointer of data to be sent */
unsigned int length, /* number of byte of in the buffer */
unsigned int stop_flag, /* 1 - signal STOP when buffer is empty
* 0 - no STOP signal when buffer is empty
*/
unsigned int is_cnt ); /* 1 - this is a restart, don't check MBB
* 0 - this is a new start, check MBB
*/
/* Receive a buffer of data from the desired sender_addr
* If stop_flag is set, when the buffer is full and the
* sender does not signal STOP, generate a STOP signal.
* I2C is the master performing receiving. If no STOP signal
* is generated, the master can generate a START signal
* to another slave addr.
*
* return I2CSUCCESS if no error.
*/
static I2CStatus I2C_get( unsigned int eumbbar,
unsigned char sender_addr, /* sender's address */
unsigned char *buffer_ptr, /* pointer of receiving buffer */
unsigned int length, /* length of the receiving buffer */
unsigned int stop_flag, /* 1 - signal STOP when buffer is full
* 0 - no STOP signal when buffer is full
*/
unsigned int is_cnt ); /* 1 - this is a restart, don't check MBB
* 0 - this is a new start, check MBB
*/
#if 0 /* the I2C_write and I2C_read functions are not active */
/* Send a buffer of data to the requiring master.
* If stop_flag is set, after the whole buffer is sent,
* generate a STOP signal provided that the requiring
* receiver doesn't signal the STOP in the middle.
* I2C is the slave performing transmitting.
*
* return I2CSUCCESS if no error.
*
* Note: due to the Kahlua design, slave transmitter
* shall not signal STOP since there is no way
* for master to detect it, causing I2C bus hung.
*
* For the above reason, the stop_flag is always
* set, i.e., 1.
*
* programmer shall use the timer on Kahlua to
* control the interval of data byte at the
* master side.
*/
static I2CStatus I2C_write( unsigned int eumbbar,
unsigned char *buffer_ptr, /* pointer of data to be sent */
unsigned int length, /* number of byte of in the buffer */
unsigned int stop_flag ); /* 1 - signal STOP when buffer is empty
* 0 - no STOP signal when buffer is empty
*/
/* Receive a buffer of data from the sending master.
* If stop_flag is set, when the buffer is full and the
* sender does not signal STOP, generate a STOP signal.
* I2C is the slave performing receiving.
*
* return I2CSUCCESS if no error.
*/
static I2CStatus I2C_read(unsigned int eumbbar,
unsigned char *buffer_ptr, /* pointer of receiving buffer */
unsigned int length, /* length of the receiving buffer */
unsigned int stop_flag ); /* 1 - signal STOP when buffer is full
* 0 - no STOP signal when buffer is full
*/
#endif /* of if0 for turning off I2C_read & I2C_write */
/* if interrupt is not used, this is the timer event handler.
* After each fixed time interval, this function can be called
* to check the I2C status and call appropriate function to
* handle the status event.
*/
static I2CStatus I2C_Timer_Event( unsigned int eumbbar, I2CStatus (*handler)( unsigned int ) );
/********************* Kernel API ************************
* Kernel APIs are functions I2C driver provides to the
* O.S.
*********************************************************/
/******************* device I/O function ***************/
/* Generate a START signal in the desired mode.
* I2C is the master.
*
* return I2CSUCCESS if no error.
* I2CERROR if i2c unit is not enabled.
* I2CBUSBUSY if bus cannot be granted
*/
static I2CStatus I2C_Start( unsigned int eumbbar,
unsigned char slave_addr, /* address of the receiver */
I2C_MODE mode, /* XMIT(1) - put (write)
* RCV(0) - get (read)
*/
unsigned int is_cnt ); /* 1 - this is a restart, don't check MBB
* 0 - this is a new start, check MBB
*/
/* Generate a STOP signal to terminate the transaction. */
static I2CStatus I2C_Stop( unsigned int eumbbar );
/* Do a one-byte master transmit.
*
* return I2CBUFFEMPTY if this is the last byte.
* Otherwise return I2CSUCCESS
*/
static I2CStatus I2C_Master_Xmit( unsigned int eumbbar );
/* Do a one-byte master receive.
*
* return I2CBUFFFULL if this is the last byte.
* Otherwise return I2CSUCCESS
*/
static I2CStatus I2C_Master_Rcv( unsigned int eumbbar );
/* Do a one-byte slave transmit.
*
* return I2CBUFFEMPTY if this is the last byte.
* Otherwise return I2CSUCCESS
*
*/
static I2CStatus I2C_Slave_Xmit( unsigned int eumbbar );
/* Do a one-byte slave receive.
*
* return I2CBUFFFULL if this is the last byte.
* Otherwise return I2CSUCCESS
*/
static I2CStatus I2C_Slave_Rcv( unsigned int eumbbar );
/* Process slave address phase.
*
* return I2CADDRESS if this is slave receiver's address phase
* Otherwise return the result of slave xmit one byte.
*/
static I2CStatus I2C_Slave_Addr( unsigned int eumbbar );
/******************* Device Control Fucntion ****************/
/* Initialize I2C unit with desired frequency divider,
* driver's slave address w/o interrupt enabled.
*
* This function must be called before I2C unit can
* be used.
*/
static I2CStatus I2C_Init( unsigned int eumbbar,
unsigned char fdr, /* frequency divider */
unsigned char addr, /* driver's address used for receiving */
unsigned int en_int); /* 1 - enable I2C interrupt
* 0 - disable I2C interrup
*/
/* I2C interrupt service routine.
*
* return I2CADDRESS if it is receiver's (either master or slave) address phase.
* return the result of xmit or receive one byte
*/
static I2CStatus I2C_ISR(unsigned int eumbbar );
/* Set I2C Status, i.e., write to I2CSR */
static void I2C_Set_Stat( unsigned int eumbbar, I2C_STAT stat );
/* Query I2C Status, i.e., read I2CSR */
static I2C_STAT I2C_Get_Stat( unsigned int eumbbar );
/* Change I2C Control bits, i.e., write to I2CCR */
static void I2C_Set_Ctrl( unsigned int eumbbar, I2C_CTRL ); /* new control value */
/* Query I2C Control bits, i.e., read I2CCR */
static I2C_CTRL I2C_Get_Ctrl( unsigned int eumbbar );
/* This function performs the work for I2C_do_transaction. The work is
* split into this function to enable I2C_do_transaction to first transmit
* the data address to the I2C slave device without putting the data address
* into the first byte of the buffer.
*
* en_int controls interrupt/polling mode
* act is the type of transaction
* i2c_addr is the I2C address of the slave device
* len is the length of data to send or receive
* buffer is the address of the data buffer
* stop = I2C_NO_STOP, don't signal STOP at end of transaction
* I2C_STOP, signal STOP at end of transaction
* retry is the timeout retry value, currently ignored
* rsta = I2C_NO_RESTART, this is not continuation of existing transaction
* I2C_RESTART, this is a continuation of existing transaction
*/
static I2C_Status I2C_do_buffer( I2C_INTERRUPT_MODE en_int,
I2C_TRANSACTION_MODE act,
unsigned char i2c_addr,
int len,
unsigned char *buffer,
I2C_STOP_MODE stop,
int retry,
I2C_RESTART_MODE rsta);
#endif
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